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Annie

Annie


By Meehan, Strouse, and Charnin
Directed by Annette Hobbs
Musical direction by Kandi Rosendahl
Choreography by Laura Roper
Produced by Al Edick
August 4 – 14, 2011

Cast

Sonia Arnold............. Mrs. Pugh, Sophie, Howe
Grace Ballard ........... Kid 3
Benjamin Brewer...... Man 2, Hobo
Niki Bayne.................Boylan Sister, Woman 3
Candice Brown..........Grace Farrell
Casey Brown.............Pepper
Veronica Brown......... Lily
Samantha Brunelle.... Annie
Marli Cohen............... Molly
Elijah Crite.................Lt. Ward, Dern, Wacky, Butler
Steven Gee...............Drake, Dog Catcher, Henry Morgenthau, Radio Announcer
Wren Harry................Tessie
Carla Hill.................... Mrs. Greer, Woman 1
Chris Hilley.................Man 4, Hobo
Krista Hilley................Usherette
Sydney Holloway....... Kate
Jenna Kawa ..............July
Savanah Kawa ..........Kid 2
Tyler LaRowe.............Bundles, Cordell Hull, Eddie, Chauffeur, Jimmy Johnson
Conner Leidner...........Kid 1
Elly Leidner.................Star To Be, French Maid, Boylan Sister
Susan Lidsky..............Perkins, Woman 2
Ava Miller...................Sandy
Kealey O'Conner........French Maid, Boylan Sister, Woman 4
Dick Seiler..................Harold Ickes, Burt Healy, Man 1, Justice Brandeis
Bob Stacy..................Franklin D. Roosevelt
Andy Thompson.........Rooster
Mark Thompson.........Oliver Warbucks
Sandi Thompson........ Apple Seller, Sound Effects Man, Orphanage Cook
June Thomas..............Miss Hannigan
Taylor Williams............Duffy
Brandon Zerressen......Asst. Dog Catcher, Man 3





Synopsis

Eleven-year-old Annie is in an orphanage run by a bullying woman. After a foiled escape attempt, the police return Annie to the orphanage. The personal assistant to millionaire "Daddy" Oliver Warbucks then picks her to live in Warbucks' palatial home for the Christmas holidays, and although initially uncomfortable, the two soon come to love one another. Warbucks decides he wants to adopt her, but Annie insists that her parents will come for her and he arranges for help in finding them…a story and accompanying music (“Tomorrow,” “It’ s the Hard-Knock Life,” et al) that have charmed audiences for decades. The original Broadway production ran for nearly six years, had national and international tours, and spawned numerous productions in other countries.